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Jewish and Israel Studies

Please note: The extended deadline to submit scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year is now April 17, 2020. The UNT Jewish and Israel Studies Program offers multiple scholarships from seven funds each academic year. Jay and Kathy Wolens Jewish Studies Scholarships in Memory of Max and Florence Wolens.

Amount: $3000
Samuel and Evelyn Linden Scholarship in Jewish Studies for the Study of Peace and

Samuel and Evelyn Linden Scholarship in Jewish Studies for the Study of Peace and Social Justice in the Middle East. The mission of the scholarship is to nourish scholarly excellence combined with citizenship, social responsibility, and work towards intercultural understanding. Past and present recipients will form a cohort of young scholars engaging in scholarship and social responsibility.

ISchool Scholarship Opportunities School of Information

To apply for a scholarship, complete the FS4U general application by the March 1 deadline. Scholarships are awarded once a year prior to the fall semester. To provide scholarships for graduate students pursuing degrees in Library Information Studies.

Scholarships at JTS

Donors are JTS’s essential partners in creating Jewish leaders. Each dollar you contribute is used immediately to meet students’ tuition needs, promote scholarship, advance professional development, launch innovative programs, and create Jewish leaders for tomorrow. Since 2014, Holly has been working toward a Master of Jewish Education at JTS through the distance-learning track.

Amount: $2500
Foundation Scholarships

The Stockton University Foundation maintains a robust merit-based scholarship program with approximately 200 scholarships. Open to second-semester freshmen and upperclassmen, the Foundation Scholarship program honors the institution’s highest achieving, most deserving students. Scholarship amounts vary from $100 to $2,500 per opportunity. Qualified students may earn than one scholarship. Students can also for additional scholarships outside of Stockton University on the External Scholarships webpage. Incomplete applications in draft status are ineligible and will not be forwarded to the Scholarship Selection Committee. First-year students without a Stockton GPA are not considered for Foundation Scholarships.

Scholarships

The scholarship is given to a deserving student whose work will help exemplify the values of spiritual life in language. The Agnes Butler Scholarships are awarded to six distinguished students in the MFA Program. The Hedgebrook Partnership Scholarship is awarded in the amount of one semester tuition waiver. The Kearny Street Workshop Partnership Scholarship is given in the amount of one semester tuition waiver. The scholarship is awarded to a distinguished candidate in fiction, nonfiction, or poetry that is aligned with Kearny Street mission art that empowers Asian Pacific American artists and communities. This scholarship is given by an anonymous donor in memory of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz.

Scholarships Available

Scholarships Available by Monday, March 18. Walter Bradhering ’79 and Daniel Kluchinski Scholarship The Walter Bradhering ’79 and Daniel Kluchinski Scholarship has been generously created by Walter Bradhering ’79. This scholarship is awarded to one sopho junior or senior in the Roy H. Lewis Memorial Scholarship has been generously created by Robert S. This scholarship is awarded to a sopho junior, or senior with a grade point average of 3.0 or greater.